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Hire Dr. James B.
South Africa

Medical scientist: Sports Medicine & Public Health | Biostatistical analyses &visualisation

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Writing Clinical Trial Documentation, Technical Writing
Research Secondary Data Collection
Data & AI Statistical Analysis, Data Visualization
Work Experience

Postdoctoral Fellow

Stellenbosch University

July 2017 - Present

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

February 2015 - June 2017

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

University of Cape Town

January 2015 - June 2017


Health Economics (MPH )

University of Cape Town

January 2015 - October 2018

PhD (Exercise Science and Sports Medicine)

University of Cape Town

2010 - 2014

M.Sc (Med.) Exercise Science (Human Biology)

University of Cape Town

January 2009 - June 2010

Bachelor of Science Honours (Exercise Science)

University of Cape Town

January 2008 - December 2008

Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry and Physiology)

University of Cape Town

January 2004 - December 2006

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(2020). Predictors of throwing performance in amateur male cricketers: A musculoskeletal approach . European Journal of Sport Science. p. 1--24. Informa {UK} Limited
(2020). Technical determinants of tackle and ruck performance in International Rugby Sevens . European Journal of Sport Science. p. 1--12. Informa {UK} Limited
(2019). Rating of perceived challenge as a measure of internal load for technical skill performance . British Journal of Sports Medicine. 53. (10). p. 611--613. {BMJ}
Badenhorst, Marelise and Verhagen, Evert and Lambert, Mike and van Mechelen, Willem and Brown, James(2019). When This Happens, You Want the Best Care: Players' Experiences of Barriers and Facilitators of the Immediate Management of Rugby-Related Acute Spinal Cord Injury . Qualitative health research. 100. p. 104973231983493.
Sewry, Nicola and Verhagen, Evert and Lambert, Mike and Mechelen, Willem Van and Readhead, Clint and Viljoen, Wayne and Brown, James(2019). Seasonal time-loss match injury rates and burden in South African under-16 rugby teams . Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 22. (1). p. 54--58. Sports Medicine Australia
(2018). Non-sanctioning of illegal tackles in South African youth community rugby . Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 21. (6). p. 631--634. Elsevier {BV}
(2018). Trends in time-loss injuries during the 2011-2016 South African Rugby Youth Weeks . Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. 19. p. 713.
(2017). Back to basics with some new tools: first ensure the safety of sporting environments . British Journal of Sports Medicine. 51. (15). p. 1109--1110. {BMJ}
Ross Tucker, Martin Raftery, Simon Kemp, Brown, J., Gordon Fuller, Bevin Hester, Matthew Cross, Kenneth Quarrie. Risk factors for head injury events in professional rugby union: a video analysis of 464 head injury events to inform proposed injury prevention strategies. British Journal of Sports Medicine, Online June 2017.
(2017). Rugby union needs a contact skill-training programme . British Journal of Sports Medicine. 51. (10). p. 829--830. {BMJ}
(2016). Video analysis of concussion injury mechanism in under-18 rugby . BMJ open sport & exercise medicine.
(2015). The economic burden of time-loss injuries to youth players participating in week-long rugby union tournaments . Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 18. (4). p. 394--399. Elsevier {BV}
(2015). The BokSmart intervention programme is associated with improvements in injury prevention behaviours of rugby union players: an ecological cross-sectional study . Injury prevention : journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention.
(2011). The COL5A1 gene, ultra-marathon running performance, and range of motion . International journal of sports physiology and performance.
James C Brown. The introduction of an international model to reduce injuries in Rugby Union in South Africa. South African Journal of Sports Medicine. June 2011.
James C Brown, Evert Verhagen, Wayne Viljoen, Clint Readhead, Sharief Hendricks, Willem Van Mechelen, Mike Lambert. The incidence and severity of injuries at the 2011 South African Rugby Union (SARU) Youth Week Tournaments. South African Journal of Sports Medicine. February 2012.
J.C. Brown, C-J. Miller, M.P. Schwellnus, M. Collins. Range of motion measurements diverge with increasing age for COL5A1 genotypes. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports. Epub Mar 1, 2011.
J.Brown, J.M. Smith. The cost of physical inactivity to a nation: the role of sports medicine and its allied health professionals in preventing a crisis. South African Journal of Sports Medicine, 21 (3). 2009.